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Race for Equality - BE students' perspectives of HE

Black students’ perspectives and learning at university

There has always been a strong correlation between education and achieving success in life. This lesson has been understood by generations of Black people and explains the massive increase in Black students’ participation education. However, the NUS has found institutional racism has embedded itself in our education system and Black students continue to face inequality, […]

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Students - retention and attainment

BME student retention and attainment

Between January and June 2012 the Higher Education Academy (HEA) delivered a retention and degree attainment learning and teaching summit programme.  The summit led to the production of a report, outlined below. The summit was designed to gather research and consider the evidence about the contribution of the curriculum (in the broadest sense) to Black […]

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